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Physiotherapy

It’s been four weeks since we have been exclusively seeing clients online, using video or phone consultations. It has been a successful adaptation: our experience shines through in these unprecedented times, whether it is subject matter expertise, problem solving or communication skills.  Online physiotherapy Client Feedback With...

Online Physiotherapy and Shakespeare have more in common than you may think. “What’s in a name?” said Juliet to Romeo as she explains how it is the person, not the name that is important. The name (Montague in this case) is seen as incidental when...

Shin splints are commonly seen in Physiotherapy and we typically would assess and work on muscle imbalances (with this injury we often find tight calves, weak glutes and altered muscle patterning as the main culprits)...

Osteoporosis is a condition characterized by very low bone mass or density. This is caused by the body either losing too much bone, not making enough or both. Osteoporotic bones become weak and fragile and can break from small forces that would normally be harmless....

The role of the tibialis posterior muscle is to move the foot and ankle downwards and towards the midline of the body. The tibialis posterior also helps to support and maintain the arch of the foot. Tendinopathy is a broad term that refers to painful...

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